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Information About Providing Proof of ID
In order to obtain certain documents, like a driver license, or to verify changes to your driver record, you must prove your identity by passing the 6 Points of ID Verification. Select the documents you will use with one of the following tools:
The 6 Points of ID Verification was designed to help prevent identity theft by ensuring that licenses are only issued with proper legal documents and verification. This requires you to prepare information prior to visiting a motor vehicle agency to conduct a transaction and may result in special document requests from other state agencies.
Several examples are explained below:
Puerto Rico: Birth Certificate Law
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Birth certificates issued by the Puerto Rico Department of Health before July 1, 2010 will be invalidated under a law passed by the government of Puerto Rico to combat fraud and protect the identity and credit of all persons born in Puerto Rico.
As of October 31, 2010, the MVC no longer accepts Puerto Rico-issued birth certificates issued before July 1, 2010 as proof of identification. New, more secure certificates are available online at pr.gov or by mail.
Hudson County Birth Certificates
If you were born in or after 1965, you can still use your certified Jersey City/Hudson county birth certificate to renew your license. See more detailed
information on Jersey City/Hudson records. You may also call the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry at 609-292-4087.
All documents must be original or certified copies and have the required municipal and/or State seals. To obtain certified copies of New Jersey records, contact the municipality that originally issued the document and/or contact the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry by visiting
www.nj.gov/health/vital or by calling 609-292-4087.
If you were born before 1965, you have two options:
- Obtain a new, certified copy of your birth record from the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry. A $25 fee will apply. This copy will be valid for all identification purposes.
- Obtain a letter of authenticity from the Office of Vital Statistics and Registry. This letter is only valid with the MVC and will not serve as a certified copy of your birth certificate. There is no fee with this option
Lost Your Identification Documents or Need New Copies?
Elder Services Medicare Cards Out New Is Mailing Elder Services Medicare Cards Out New Is Mailing If you do not have your original civil identification documents or certified copies you need to pass the 6 Points of ID verification process, there are numerous ways for you to obtain them. Some requests can take six to eight weeks or longer to complete so please plan accordingly. The following is listed for your information
If you need to replace a lost or stolen social security card, you must complete a Social Security Administration Application for a Social Security Card
(Form SS-5) and submit it to the Social Security Administration.
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